2010 Harley Nightster
My 2010 Nightster. Almost a week old. Its still completely stock except for
the flipped mirrors. Getting ready to put on some Chubby drag bars in the
next couple days. Exhaust and a
Screamin Eagle Heavy Breather will be next :). Sorry for the bad lighting
by the way...
2015 Harley Davidson Road Glide Review
When it comes to liking the cut of one’s jib, no motorcycle owns a
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Harley-Davidson’s line-up, but also in the realm of cruiserdom. Others
emulate the fork-mounted, batwing fairing of Street Glides and Ultras, but
the Road Glide’s frame-mounted fairing and its distinctive styling sets
it apart from the crowd.
This striking fairing quality was what made the omission of the Road Glide
from Harley’s 2014 lineup so apparent. In an ends-justify-the-means
scenario, the yearlong vacation was well-deserved because the Road Glide
has returned, endowed with the benefits of Project Rushmore upgrades.
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Harley Davidson Lowside Motorcycle Crash
Customized Harley Bagger crash near the Rock Store. Great recovery, used
momentum to land back on his feet then just walked away while bike was
still crashing. Very lucky, he was uninjured except just a quarter size
spot of road rash on his knee. AKA Harley Street Glide
Harley Davidson Sportster 48 with 4.5 gallon gas tank and drag bars
Guys, please read the written description before any questions! Thank you!
The tank was purchased from jpcycles.com.
The brake light was purchased from the dealer.
Drag bars and the gas tank cap were purchased from ebay.
For anyone interested in buying it, write me an e-mail to
'08 XL1200N Harley Davidson Nightster Short Shots
Nightster with a few mods. 'Stage 1' with Vance and Hines black Short
Shots, Vance and Hines Fuelpak, and Screamin Eagle air cleaner. Black
Progressive 412 rear shocks. Mustang Vintage Solo seat. The
'stage 1' with the new pipes really woke the bike up. It *feels* like a
Harley now. The sound is incredible. It's quite a bit quicker too. The
combination of the 412's and seat have made an incredible improvement to
the ride. I think I can actually ride for more than an hour without
needing to stop and stretch now. I plan on getting a detachable rear rack
and roll bag for it still and maybe a new grips and pegs set, but I'm not
planning much more in the way of modifications. A few accent pieces here
and there is all I can foresee. No ape hangers or forward controls for me.
I like it like it is.